Charles Reznikoff (1894 -- 1976) was one of the founders of objectivist poetry. Spare. restrained, and understated, Reznikoff's poetry is at its best when it describes New York City and its ... Read More
In its spareness, eloquence, and simplicity, Charles Reznikoff's poem "Holocaust" remains one of the best literary attempts to come to grips with this bleak tragedy. Reznikoff (1894 -- 1976) wrote ... Read More
Charles Reznikoff was born to Jewish immigrant parents in a Brooklyn ghetto in 1894. His earliest work dispensed with traditional devices such as rhyme and fixed meter. Unlike many 20th century poets ... Read More
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